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Candidate for U.S. Senate visits northeast Nebraska


NORFOLK, Neb. (KTIV/US92) - Voters in Nebraska will take to the polls on May 13, 2014 for a primary election.

One open seat is to replace U.S. Senator Mike Johanns.

Omaha attorney Bart McLeay says his nearly 30 years as a business attorney has set him apart from the rest of the GOP field.

"We have complex financial problems in Washington. You have to have somebody who has that ability to wade through the complex issues and I can do that. I was an accounting major in school. I've been involved in some very big matters where $10 million or $100 million have been at issue."

McLeay will face off with former Nebraska State Treasurer Shane Osborn, Pinnacle Bank President Sid Dinsdale, Midland University President Ben Sasse and Ft. Calhoun businessman Clifton Johnson.

The winner of the GOP primary will face off with the winner of the democratic primary between Dave Domina and Larry Marvin.

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